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- Stay up to date on the latest developments in affirmative action and the Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs (OFCCP)
- Receive analysis and commentary from Jackson Lewis attorneys on all things related to affirmative action and federal contractors
We’re kicking-off the blog at the 30th Annual Industry Liaison Group, Inc. (ILG) Conference & Exposition being held in Waikoloa, Hawaii from August 27, 2012 to August 31, 2012. The Jackson Lewis Affirmative Action and OFCCP Planning and Counseling group will present at (and blog from) the conference.
- On August 28, 2012, Eric Felsberg, of the Long Island office, will present on how the recently proposed modifications to the veterans and disabled person’s regulations are likely to affect construction contractors.
- On August 29, 2012, Jennifer Seda and Mickey Silberman, both of the Denver office, will co-present on the nuances of the proposed modifications to the veterans affirmative action requirements.
- Mickey and Eric will also participate in two different panels on August 29, 2012. Eric’s panel discussion will look at how to establish a comprehensive, yet non-complex, compliance plan and Mickey’s panel discussion will cover general regulatory changes, with a focus on recent adverse impact trends.
- Finally, Mickey will close out the conference on August 31, 2012 with a final presentation covering how to respond to recent enhanced pay discrimination enforcement.
Get the Inside Scoop – Even if You Can’t Attend in Person
Jackson Lewis will live-blog from the conference so those who were unable to make the trip don’t miss out on the action in Hawaii. Check back throughout the week for additional posts or subscribe to this blog by visiting https://www.affirmativeactionlawadvisor.com/subscribe/ or stopping by the Jackson Lewis booth at the exhibition.
Beyond coverage of the ILG conference, look for upcoming posts on government reporting, an analysis of the proposed Section 503 regulations and a discussion of OFCCP’s use of CSALs.